Water is wet; also, a new survey from the Southern Poverty Law Center has drawn attention to the fact that students in the United States are not being taught the full truth about slavery, leaving them inadequately educated on the subject.
Mississippi is being hit with a lawsuit—accused of violating the federal law that allowed the state to rejoin the Union after the Civil War—because of what the lawsuit charges is the unequal education that black students receive.
Haters gonna hate. It’s one of the most accepted aphorisms of all time, because hate is easy. Hate gets to conceal its identity under white sheets and pointed hoods as it lights crosses on lawns. Hate hides behind computer screens and anonymously hurls the n-word on social media. Hate smiles in your face and stabs you…
The number of hate groups in the United States rose for the second year in a row in 2016, a result of the radical right being energized by the candidacy of Donald Trump, according to a report released Wednesday by the Southern Poverty Law Center.
A Houston news anchor was summarily dismissed for a Facebook post blaming President Barack Obama for racism, and—surprise!—praising Donald Trump.
Univision anchor Jorge Ramos has been thinking a lot about hate recently.